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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ftwthwart XOSTLT CLEAK, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1946 16 PAGES mm t IN MANCHURIAN CAPITAL t Iran Drops Complaint Drive Into Changchun Red Forces Gain Three Air- Sur- round Citv Associated Press) SEATTLE SMALLPOX TOLL REACHES TEN SEATTLE. April Tao new deaths froni small- pox if ted the fatali- ty toll m this city from the disease to ten. The victims both el- derly men. one 72. the other 81. and bosh suffered other ailments along with small- pox. Dr. J. K. Bcsenian, city health department epicem- oiosrst. said thai in the case of "the 81-year-cld the dis- ease had been modified bv He 22 acti-.e cases anc one retrain in King county hospital. Se-sesi patients have been discharged as cured. NEW YORK, April r Iran officially "with- f? IfC ittgi- 1? 4-Sufe. ff United Nations Security Council todav. BRITAIN WANTS CASE KEPT OPEN LONDON, April British govern- ment believes the Iranian question should be left on the security council agenda and has instructed its delegate ff, accordingly. Foreign Under-Secretary Hector McNeil told_ the house of commons today. Marshal Viscount Alexander, immediately chambers. Parliament Buildings, Ottawa. ce Service Announced ;HANGCHUN, April 15 TOLD TO WITHDRAW CHARGE battle for chun, Manchuria, was under, way today between Chinese government and Communist j forces. The Communists launch- ed an attack yesterday two, hours before the final with- drawal of Soviet occupation i forces from this Jlanchuri-' an capital. The Communists already had gained control of all three air fields in this vicini- ty and sifted into the city from the suburbs. CONSTANT GUNFIRE Gunfire has been constant for the past 10 hours. The communists were Eiaiang de- termined attacks from the north, northwest and south. They began shortly before Russian Maj.-Gen. Febor Karlov left aboard his swo- car. two-locomotive special train for Harbin. By o'clock: last night the communists had captured the mam northwest airfield, cutting off aensi supplies for the small Chinese gov- ernment garrison. The government forces already were short of ammunition. The Chinese government garrison, j led by Maj.-Gen. Chen Shih-Tsen. Germans Die For Killings Canadian LONDON, Anril 15. (C.P. Cable) Wilhelm Junge and Johan Schumacher. Germans convicted of killing an unnamed captured Canadian airman near Oberweier, Bavaria, were nnnouncement made from Edmonton Monday afferr.oon. Ken. D B. MarMiDau. minister of apn- culture. stated that an order-in- i council had been passed by the government taking oier the old A R. I. imsation block in Sourer are circulating! Alberta. He announced further sessions of the that P M. Sander of GENEVA, Apni Persistent reports here at the final League of Nations assembly that j and formerly of Lcthbricsee. had the fS4.460.000) league been named manager and Ccorse S palace o-.erlookuig Lake Geneva! Brown. Lethbndse. man- will be used for meetings of the I ager i Full story appears on page "United Nations general assembly, ncreas- I costs. present thai a d ef not was FARMERS PROTEST IMPLEMENT PRICES sonnel who had acme experience or who possess certain traae Promotions, -wfth appropriate in- reporting "they're all juveniles" and i service However, he gave no in- that thty had been arrested for i dicanors he planned to appeal for Icoung. Ke indicated several were federal assatacce. .girls. Federal Labor Conciliator Rcbert Other authorities said tne noiers c. Wiiliams declared the disorders one mob of about naca "enoangered at a were mostly women and young tuae when progress was being j children. imade, appealed to law enforcsinEiit 1KMED WITH AXES tauthonues. stninng miners and Saturday night and again last Anaccnda for "all collective night, gangs of men. women and posssole to allay the outbreaks 3t 'lecn-ace with axes i violence. 1 and travelling b> truck aac auto- i Every available peace ofiicer was mobii" rovea the streets of this j on duty. Women and children were stnke-bouM copper-mining com-5 removed from many homes, sotn nrunitv of 40.000 and its Saturday night and last nignt. unioading at homes to bash creds of householders telephoned_ :or in uscdows and doors and throw prctecnon. and many said they nad furnititre into the vards. I been warned by anonymous tese- Tao -acre wounded bj Ipnonc caliera that thay Tiers mars- second las; nighi. 'ed foi visiis by the aiobs._______ NEWS BULLETINS CHINESE GOVT. FORCES CAPTURE KEY CHUNGKING, Apn! govemmeEi. troops drivin? north for the defense of Chanschnn have captured the key railway junction town of Szepingkai. mrtes to the south, the Central News Agency announced Monday night, BCSSIA LOSES IN IRAN CASE NEW YORK. April Monday apparently lest Hs determined fight to wipe the RnssJan-Iraman case of? tbe Cntted Nations Security Council imroed'ately. The United Slates, the Netherlands. Great Britain. Australia and Brazil lined op hs that order against the Russian proposal to the from the council agenda. -Fi-rnvrvr: ix liOYDMTNSTER WEtt first WINNIPEG. April -While Farm Price Ceilings Hold OIL STILL FLOWING IN LLCYDMINSTER WELL REGINA. April C.r.) Oil from basic uaj. an of increased re leaders and heads of government asncallural departments on tbe 3IANUFACTURERS- j But at Brantford of Can- f costs some- e 1941 lor use assumption 01 increaseu ie- s spoTSbuUy.ro co-ordinate equiva- PMUJCS Saturday protested increas- lent ranks in the three services, tne armv aDoomtmeiit of lance-corporal _ ._ f j ada's farm machinery manufactur- j ing, the story was differen- "pusher" wbich blew in over tbe week-end m the Lloydmisster field, is ibenj; ohtajned in laree quantities, it was indicated in reports received Monday by the natural resources department cost of farm machir.erj. j offsciaJs of both the Ccc'sshut: Announcement from Ottawa of a pjow and the Massey- Harris Comoan-v said the increase no. jneej higher manufac- dvancs 3- has "been replaced by the rank of j 12's per cent increase private first class-a; Umteo Stated of farm production implements w srmv desJgnation. Tnis corresponds i cor.aemned ax for and to the ratmz of aole .seaman danseroBs mflationao r- the air force ciassificanon RO were e I ieadina aircraftman At Edmonton. Agriculture ---------feature of the r.ew D B MacMiSIan termed rno-.e. ftenals had UKreasM iince ceilin iproach >wn to in the i agn- nission :e in- mater- ere up 1941, r cent r cent would e total illations is increased pav based on j potion In-general provides for automatic increases In I on the increase pay after three and per- iods of satisfactory service in any one rank as follow- private first class ard corporal, monthly in- crease after each of two three-year periods; sergeant upwards to com- missioned rank. So monthly increase after each of two three-year per- iods; officers up to colonel arid equivalent rank, S15 to S35 on n graduated basis for similar periods is wrong in principle and wrong m! J.eJ; ..ave ne higher prices "regrettable" fanners have been asked to sn- production. the Sas- aan minister. Hon. I C. Nol- let. said the increased costs PERMANENT FORCE (Continued on Page Two.) amount Others who commented said the Prices Board should continue strsc; enforcement o? pnce controls. "It looks as though the increase in prices uill be eaten un by this said Charles W King. manager of the Saskatchewan i Wheat Pool "Once machinery i manufacturer manage to raise pnces it will be difficult to get them reduced." conditions in the Mr. Nollet said the federal gov- ernment will have to raise the ceil- ing on farm products, and the floor as -well, if it permits increases on products required by the growers A wartime shortage of farm ma- chinery has created a wide aemancs FARMERS PROTEST (Continued on Page Two.) MADRID FEARS" RED DRIVE THKOCCH SPAIN LONDON. April Madrid radio cHarged that there was a secret anti-Franco agreement bet-ween. France and which lead to Snss-ian marca through France to Spain. The radio asserted "all indications" were that the Spaaisfc. Repnnlican government in exile "preparicjr military intervention br means of frontier incidents'" in the F> s enees. DECLINE TO ASK HELP OF TROOPS IX BUTTE BUTTE. Mont., April Sam decHned Monday to call for federal troops to enter Bmtte pending a direct appeal from municipal authorities and the strike-bound city nervously awaited darkness and a. feared third night of rampant vandalism. US. HOUSE PASSES WAGE BOOSTS FOR SERVICEMEN WASHINGTON, Apnl house passed and sent to the senate Monday legislation raising tbe pay of all personnel of the armed forces. The raises range froia 30 per cent for buck privates and apprentice seamen to 19 per cent tor army captains and naval senior lieutenants and officers ranking them. The lesfislatiois, estimated to cost is intended to spur enlistments. SCO MtVERS STR1KF AT NO. 3 SEINE HERE More than 200 miners went on strike Monday morning at No. 8 mine of the Lethbridve and the strike was still unsettled at press time, (Full story appears fage fifteen.) 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